Inquiry Into the Treatment of Detainees in U.S. Custody
by Carl Levin, at al.
Publisher: Commitiee on Armed Services 2008
Number of pages: 263
Over the course of its inquiry into the treatment of detainees in U.S. custody, the Committee reviewed more than 200,000 pages of classified and unclassified documents, including detention and interrogation policies, memoranda, electronic communications, training manuals, and the results of previous investigations into detainee abuse. The Committee interviewed over 70 individuals in connection with its inquiry.
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